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D Double E FACT Freestyles Episode 3
Nov 26, 2014 10:16am | Fact Magazine
Following K9 and Blue Daisy, one of grime’s most unique voices, Newham Generals’ D Double, steps in for the latest FACT Freestyle.
Preditah provides the beat.
Listen To The First Single From Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiments Upcoming Album, Surf
Nov 26, 2014 10:15am | CMJ
The post Listen To The First Single From Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiment’s Upcoming Album, Surf appeared first on CMJ.
Nov 26, 2014 10:12am | StereoGum
Chief Keef associate SD teamed up with Danny Brown on a song last year, and Brown tweeted a link to another great SD track this morning. “Circles,” from SD’s full-length debut Truly Blessed, puts him in a tradition from Biz Markie to 50 Cent to ILoveMakonnen: guys who have an innate sense of melody even though they can’t really sing. (Lest we forget, SD’s pal Keef has a similar gift.) In SD’s case, that means melodiously intoning violent threats, Dej Loaf-style, over forebodingly ornate production at a molasses crawl. It’s an absolute monster, so listen below.
Rio Music Conference announces dates and program for 2015
Nov 26, 2014 10:07am | Fact Magazine
South America’s most important electronic music gathering has set the date for 2015.
Brazil’s Rio Music Conference will be taking place on February 4 to February 17 next year, and has announced their bumper program already.
There’s plenty planned for the extended event which bills itself as “the biggest street party in the world,” allowing artists, producers, journalists and businessmen a platform for making connections and enjoying the vibrant city.
The main event will take place on February 4-6, and will feature lectures, coaching, workshops and a business fair and will feature talks from New Order’s Peter Hook, Mixmag editor Nick DeCosemo, YouTube’s Vivien Lewit and more.
Aside from the conference, there will be an estimate 500 parties going on and while the exact lineups are yet to be announced, you can be sure they’ll be well worth checking out.
For more information and tickets head here.
How to Dress Well playing a final Glasslands show, made a new mixtape (dates, stream, tix on sale)
Nov 26, 2014 10:07am | Brooklyn Vegan
How to Dress Well at Glasslands in 2010 (more by Erez
Brooklyn music venue Glasslands has just over a month left before they close and they keep expanding their schedule of cool final shows. The newest addition is an especially cool one: How to Dress Well on December 16 with a DJ set from Heems and a special guest. HTDW made his live debut at the club in August 2010 and now plays much bigger venues, and says "Glasslands and Popgun have supported me since the beginning of my career and I am honored to be invited to play at one of their final shows, back where it all began for me." Tickets are on sale now.
HTDW also made a second mixtape of 2014 which you can stream below. This one has music by Jacques Greene, twigs, Default Genders, Akron/Family, Majical Cloudz, The Microphones, Dej Loaf, Philip Glass, Sia and more. He also has a few other dates (NZ, Australia and Japan) which are also listed below...
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Grab How To Dress Wells new mixtape featuring reworks of FKA twigs, Philip Glass, Jacques Greene and more
Nov 26, 2014 10:01am | Fact Magazine
The latest mixtape from How To Dress Well is a journey through the R&B lover’s influences past and present.
Tom Krell has dropped a new 50-minute collection of reworkings and edits titled you and i are the same, featuring some unique interpretations of tracks by FKA twigs, Dej Loaf, Rich Gang, Philip Glass, Dean Blunt and the ghost of the Backstreet Boys. Dude’s got taste! He also adds his own angelic vocals to a “totally ravaged lofi cover” of Iris Dement.
Stream it below and dig into the tracklist underneath, as written out by Krell himself.
Earlier this year he released his third album What Is This Heart?, which came with a trilogy of bonkers videos that saw Krell dressed up as a kind of roadside Jesus.
Watch Krell on FACT TV talking about his favourite record and the albums no one cared about this year, and catch up with the previous mixtape, No Words To Say. [via Pitchfork]
have a good heart thats what we do x lotus eaters intro
Bonnaroo announces Thanksgiving TV special, pre-sale tickets
Nov 26, 2014 10:00am | Cosequence Of Sound
Bonnaroo is effectively taking over the Thanksgiving weekend with two major events. First, on Thanksgiving Day (November 27th) a one-hour TV special celebrating the festival’s last 13 years will air on VH1. Aptly dubbed A Very Bonnaroo Thanksgiving, it’ll feature Bonnaroo footage of Jack White, The White Stripes, Lionel Richie, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Arcade Fire, Mumford and Sons, and more. Tune in beginning at 9 p.m. ET.
Then, on Black Friday (November 28th), the festival will hold a special pre-sale for its 2015 installment. A limited number of general admission tickets will be available for $274.50, while VIP tickets will be available for $1,474.50. Visit Bonnaroo’s website for more details, including info on layaway plans.
In anticipation, check out a few fun GIFs from past Bonnaroos.
Hear How To Dress Well Cover Iris Dement & Remix FKA twigs In New DJ Mix
Nov 26, 2014 9:59am | StereoGum
Every once in a while How To Dress Well’s Tom Krell likes to upload DJ mixes to Soundcloud. They aren’t mixtapes, at least not in the way that we tend to use the term these days. But they usually include a few new songs and remixes, and they do a nice job covering Krell’s catholic tastes. This morning, Krell has a new one called you and i are the same for us. There’s one new How To Dress Well song on there — a lo-fi cover of Iris Dement’s world-shattering “My Life” — and there are also remixes of tracks from people like FKA twigs, Majical Cloudz, Everything But The Girl, and Sia. Krell also throws in tracks from, among many others, Rich Gang, the Microphones, and Philip Glass. Listen to the 54-minute mix below.
Jian Ghomeshi Arrested for Sexual Assault
Nov 26, 2014 9:58am | Chart Attack
Jian Ghomeshi has been arrested by the Toronto Police Service on four charges of sexual assault and one of "Overcome Resistance - Choking."
Yesterday, the disgraced former CBC host dropped his $55 million smokescreen lawsuit against his former employer, seemingly taking advantage of a nation outraged by the Ferguson verdict to quietly fade into the background. Maybe he just knew what was coming.
According to the release sent out this morning (with the almost comically understated headline "Man charged in Sexual Assault investigation, Faces five charges") the police began their investigation of Ghomeshi on October, 31. Today (Wednesday, November 26), he surrendered to the police. He'll appear in court this afternoon.
Ghomeshi was fired from his job as host of the CBC show Q back in October, setting in motion a domino of allegations (by The Toronto Star's last count, 9 women and one man) claiming he had sexually assaulted them. He first tried to get ahead of the story with a now-infamous open letter on his Facebook page, but as the story unfolded he became quieter and quieter, first claiming he would "meet these allegations directly," before eventually deleting his Facebook and Twitter pages.
Today's court appearance will be his first public appearance since his firing. He was originally set to appear at musician Amanda Palmer's Toronto book launch last night, but she eventually came to her senses and cancelled his presence ...
Herbert Her Face (Stereogum Premiere)
Nov 26, 2014 9:52am | StereoGum
Over the summer, we heard a number of tracks from the prolific British house producer Herbert, who has been releasing a serialized collection of 12″ records over the course of the past year. Herbert’s latest offering is “Her Face,” which will be released on the final four-track installment of the EP, Part 8. Additionally, Herbert announced that he will be releasing a full length in early 2015. “Her Face” is a gentle kind of ruminating house song, its hollow sampled beat unleashes in short bursts like synaptic impulses. Listen below.
NME's Top 50 albums & tracks of 2014
Nov 26, 2014 9:51am | Brooklyn Vegan
It's the last week of November and we've hit Best-of List Season. Especially in the UK where we've already seen album lists from Rough Trade, MOJO, Q, and Uncut. Now here's long-running UK weekly NME with their LPs and tracks of the year. Topping the lists are St. Vincent's self-titled album, and Future Islands' omnipresent "Seasons." (Sorry, The War on Drugs, you're slightly lower on the list here.) And just to remind you they are British music magazine, Kasabian figure into both lists. Check out NME's full Top 50 LPs/Tracks of 2014 lists below...
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Jonny Greenwood debuts new material with London Contemporary Orchestra watch
Nov 26, 2014 9:40am | Cosequence Of Sound
Guitarist Jonny Greenwood is almost as well known for his contemporary classical compositions and film scores as he is for his work in Radiohead (almost). Last month, he once again put that classical side of himself on displayed as he performed with the London Contemporary Orchestra at Manchester’s Albert Hall.
The Boiler Room was there to document the performance, which saw Greenwood debut brand new material alongside selections from his film scores, including the Academy Award-nominated There Will Be Blood, The Master and Norwegian Wood. Greenwood also performed Steve Reich’s “Electric Counterpoint”, which he recently recorded for Nonesuch’s release Radio Rewriter. Replay the full performance below.
In related news, Greenwood is currently in the studio with Radiohead working on a new album.
Future Islands Seasons (BADBADNOTGOOD Remix)
Nov 26, 2014 9:37am | StereoGum
Future Islands’ simmering synthpop anthem “Seasons (Waiting On You)” is one of the defining songs of the past year, and we’ve posted remixes of it from the Hood Internet and DJ Dodger Stadium. The Toronto duo BADBADNOTGOOD, who have an album with Ghostface Killah coming out early next year, have now recorded their own reworking of it. Their version leaves Samuel T. Herring’s vocal completely intact but underpins it with a sort of cinematic jazz, to the extent that it could almost pass for an old James Bond theme. Listen below.
Kepi Ghoulie & Mean Jeans playing Groovie Ghoulies songs on tour, hitting NYC this weekend (dates & video)
Nov 26, 2014 9:36am | Brooklyn Vegan
Kepi Ghoulie, frontman the now-defunct Lookout! Records punk vets Groovie Ghoulies, has been releasing music and touring solo for years now, but he's been doing something different on his current tour. Last year, Kepi teamed up with newer garage punks Mean Jeans for an all Groovie Ghoulies set in Oakland, and now the two bands have turned it into a full tour that began last week. The shows have included Mean Jeans backing Kepi on a set of "the music of the Groovie Ghoulies and more" and then the 'Jeans play their own set. The tour rolls into NYC this weekend for a show on Saturday (11/29) at Grand Victory with support from locals Hector's Pets and Gozer. Tickets for Saturday's show are on sale now.
All remaining dates are listed, with a full set video of that Oakland show, below...
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James Blake Harmonimix of Gorillaz Feel Good Inc. unearthed
Nov 26, 2014 9:32am | Fact Magazine
Another Harmonimix surfaces.
James Blake continues his long-running series of “Harmonimix” rap and R&B remixes with a reworking of Gorillaz favorite ‘Feel Good Inc’.
The remix turned up in a FABRICLIVE x Hit & Run Mix by Rich Reason, who notes that the remix is “from back in the day.”
Stream the remix and hear it in context below. In other Blake news, the singer-songwriter hopes to have a new album with a Kanye collaboration out in a few months and just released a new single.
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